Washington DC – In a move that is sure to ruffle the feathers of Silicon Valley elites, controversial figures Alex Jones and Steve Bannon have announced the launch of their latest project: ChatDJT, a conservative alternative to OpenAI’s ChatGPT.
Unlike ChatGPT, which is trained on a vast corpus of diverse language, ChatDJT is exclusively trained on the speeches and media appearances of former President Donald J Trump, as well as conservative media outlets such as Fox News, Breitbart, and InfoWars.
“Our goal is to provide a chatbot that gives you the right answer,” said Bannon at a press conference held at a local Denny’s. “None of that liberal nonsense you get from ChatGPT.”
According to Jones, ChatDJT is capable of answering a wide range of questions on topics such as immigration, the economy, and the “Deep State”.
“We’ve programmed ChatDJT with all of the best Trumpisms,” said Jones, holding up a prototype ChatDJT device that resembled a miniature version of the former president. “It’s like having the real Trump right in your pocket!”
To demonstrate the technology, Jones and Bannon asked ChatDJT a series of questions, ranging from the mundane to the controversial.
“ChatDJT, what do you think about the Green New Deal?” asked Jones.
“The Green New Deal is a disaster,” replied ChatDJT in a voice that sounded remarkably like Trump’s. “It’s a socialist plot to destroy America.”
Bannon grinned with approval. “That’s the kind of answer you won’t get from ChatGPT.”
But not everyone is impressed with ChatDJT. Critics have raised concerns about the narrowness of the chatbot’s training data and the potential for it to spread misinformation and conspiracy theories.
“This is a dangerous development,” said tech analyst Kara Swisher. “ChatDJT is essentially a propaganda machine, designed to reinforce conservative talking points and demonize the opposition.”
Despite the controversy, Jones and Bannon are confident that ChatDJT will be a hit with conservative audiences.
“When you want the right answer, you turn to ChatDJT,” said Jones, raising a fist in the air. “And if you don’t like it, you can go back to your liberal echo chamber and cry.”
The tagline for ChatDJT? “When you want the Right answer!”
Michael Briggs contributed to this story.